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Mayor Of City Where Muslim Teen Was Wrongly Arrested Is Anti-Sharia Crusader

18.9.15

Mayor Of City Where Muslim Teen Was Wrongly Arrested Is Anti-Sharia Crusader: To her critics, Van Duyne is a fear-monger who stokes the flames of Islamophobia.

So both Van Duyne’s fans and foes can surely find a talking point in the Monday incident where Irving police arrested 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed for bringing a homemade clock to school that they thought looked like a “movie bomb.”

Van Duyne first made headlines for challenging Islam in February, when she wrote a Facebook post vowing to look into a “Shariah law court” that was said to have been set up by an Irving mosque.

“While I am working to better understand how this ‘court’ will function and whom will be subject to its decisions, please know that if it is determined that there are violations of basic rights occurring, I will not stand idle and will fight with every fiber of my being against this action,” she wrote.


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